power with wind on Nile
The wind speed on the Nile is about 6 miles per hour.
this was good verification and from the exact place GREAT !
A study of wind speeds in Egypt indicated that much of the eastern and western deserts of the Nile have average annual wind speeds of 7-8 meters/second, or around 15-17 mph. Wind turbines begin to turn at speeds of between 10 and 15 mph, which is why wind farms are already being developed in these areas. On the Nile river, ancient people used wind power to move sailing ships on the North-prevailing winds.
good data for my problem of approximate wind power for a sail boat
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